Some real estate acquisitions are straightforward, but others involve special circumstances and need to be handled with care. Some are part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) initiated in response to the 2007-2009 housing crisis. Others may involve a foreclosure, short sale, or auction. Depending on the circumstances, different rules need to be followed, and CIG is there to make sure they are.
Regardless of whether property is being acquired for the first time, is being sold or undergoing some other type of disposition or ownership transfer, or the financing needs ironing out, it is important that all the details are handled just right through due diligence. CIG takes this process seriously and makes sure every aspect of the transaction is handled properly.
Financing is part of nearly every real estate transaction and involves matching the buyer or investors’ financial situation with the circumstances of a sale. Buyers seek the best financing options, and sellers and banks want assurance that they get the best value for a property. CIG works with those on both sides of to make financing go as smoothly as possible.
We are equipped to handle all projects and can assist with:
- Developing New Construction
- Managing Construction Projects
- Complete Rehabilitation
- Tenant Improvements
- Completing Build Outs